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Specialist Teachers for Inclusive Practice (STIP)
The specialist teachers for inclusive practice work with schools, families and other agencies to support the inclusion and achievement of children and young people, particularly the most vulnerable.
We offer advice and training on whole school approaches to inclusive practice. We also provide assessments and provision planning for individual children and young people with learning, communication...

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Specialist Teacher Update March 2020
27 Mar
Dear all, We hope this email finds you well in these unprecedented and very strange times. We wanted to update you on the current situation within the Specialist Teaching Teams and to identify some of the ways in which we can continue to support you. Like other teams, our situation is continually changing depending on the number of individual staff who are unwell and the fact that, staff who are well, may be redeployed to support our special school settings and Alternative Provisions. We understand that your needs will depend upon your own and your school’s circumstances and capacity, but below are some of the ways in which we can support you via phone, email or video link: * Pupil reviews * Specific advice for supporting pupils * Advice and signposting on SEN CPD opportunities for staff Where a pupil is an open case, we can also contact parents directly as part of a review or to provide advice on how to support their child’s approach to education at home. Due to uncertainties around the length of time that the current restrictions will be in place, we are not able to reschedule existing appointments but will be in contact when this becomes possible. Please contact your Specialist Teacher to identify any support that you would find helpful, if they are unavailable due to sickness or redeployment, their out of office notification will be on and will detail an alternative contact. Stay safe and we hope to see you all very soon Best wishes Wendy Mumford, Jo Kenyon, Jackie Foley and Sally Wade (Senior Lead Specialist Teachers)
Buyback Scheme 2020-21
13 Mar
Dear Business Managers, The Buyback Works and Inspection pricing for VC, Community, Foundation, VA and PRU Schools is now available for purchase.The costs have been increased by 3% this year. On your shopping list you may see the price listed against a fixed price item as "POA" but the cost is visible when you click on the inspection and enter the number of units you require. If you cannot see a price please contact me to request a quotation. WORKS This is the final year of the current three year scheme. For the Schools that currently subscribe to Works or wish to join can we politely ask that you purchase Works as soon as possible to ensure that your reactive calls continue to be logged with the Helpdesk. INSPECTIONS For the Schools that subscribe to Inspections it would be appreciated if you could purchase as soon as possible so we can inform our Contractors that you are continuing with the servicing. If you are not purchasing certain inspections it would also be appreciated if you could let me know as soon as possible to ensure we do not add to the new Contracts from 1st April. Thank you and regards Sue Hayes Buyback Coordinator
REMA SERVICE OFFER 2020-2021 now available for maintained schools
05 Mar
We are inviting you to purchase REMA services for the 2020/2021 financial year. REMA (Race Equality and Minority Achievement) services are delivered through a countywide team. The role of REMA is to assist schools in raising achievement and improving outcomes for ethnic and language minority children and young people, and to promote inclusive practices and equality, in line with the Ofsted framework. A 5% early reply discount is available on EAL and GRT Teaching and School Improvement Support Days, if you purchase 5 days or more by 30th April 2020 A purchase of at least 5 days means schools can also benefit from free attendance, for up to two people, at termly Training Networks Committing to purchase a number of days at the start of the financial year will ensure that we have the capacity to meet your requirements as we are not in a position to guarantee a response to all requests on an ‘as and when’ basis. EAL SUPPORT Specialist Teachers and Bilingual Support Workers can provide support and expertise to help schools deal with the challenges and language barriers faced by EAL pupils. All REMA EAL services are offered to schools on a traded basis and can be purchased at the daily rate for teachers of £510 and for Bilingual Support Workers £100 for a minimum 2 hour session. GRT SUPPORT Specialist Teachers and Traveller Education Support Workers can provide a high level of expertise and knowledge to improve outcomes and reduce vulnerability for the Gypsy, Roma & Traveller pupil group. A core offer of GRT Specialist Teacher and Traveller Education Support Worker services is provided for primary schools at no cost. This includes elements of GRT pupil focused support, such as induction for new arrivals and consultation for more complex needs. Staff can also benefit from bespoke school based training and free attendance at termly countywide training. An enhanced GRT offer is also available on a traded basis. This can provide more extensive school and pupil involvement, including direct teaching support. All REMA GRT services to secondary schools are offered on a traded basis and can be purchased at the daily rate for teachers of £510 and for Traveller Education Support Workers £350 per day (also available in two hour sessions). Please find attached the new REMA brochure for maintained schools which will give you full details of the range of support we can offer schools, as well as the REMA contact details.
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